Deregulation of the Cosmetics Sector in British Columbia
An analysis of the impact of the deregulation of the cosmetics sector in British Columbia under the government of Gordon Campbell.
# 136065 | 2,250 words | 6 sources | APA | 2007 |
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Business (Industries) , Canadian Studies (Government and Government Policy) , Canadian Studies (Economics and Finance)
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The paper contends that deregulation in the cosmetology sector of British Columbia has spiked the number of accidents involving incompetent operators, cast a pall over the industry, and placed the government in an unhappy legal position. The paper argues that while deregulation may have had some initial arguments in its favor, a case can be made that few - if any - of those objectives have been reached. The paper outlines the numerous arguments against deregulation of the sector and calls for a return to the close supervision of the past.
From the Paper:"The paper emerging from this 3-page proposal/annotated bibliography will argue that the deregulation of the cosmetics industry by the British Columbian government has placed public safety at risk by flooding the market with incompetent or dishonest private operators. At the same time, the reckless actions of the Campbell government has placed the reputation of the entire cosmetics industry at risk; for many of the men and women working in the field, cosmetology is a personal passion - and it is..."
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